Scattered rain chances return this afternoon

Happy Friday, Southwest Florida!

Tomorrow morning very mild, temperatures will be in the middle to upper 70’s with a few coastal showers and patchy fog inland.

High temperatures in the 90’s with spotty storms return.

More chances for some scattered storms inland.

Rain chances will be on the slim side to begin the weekend. Scattered rain chances return to the forecast by Sunday.

Today marks the official peak of hurricane season and the 4 year anniversary of Hurricane Irma.

In the tropics, we have two disturbances and one hurricane. Hurricane Larry will continue its track into the north Atlantic.

This system will stay well off the coastline of the United States and likely fall apart by Sunday.

We have a disturbance with a high chance of formation over the next five days off the coast of Africa. The system is still roughly 3,000 miles away from the United States, and of no immediate concern to us.

There is additionally a high chance of a disturbance forming in the Western Gulf of Mexico within the next five days. It is unlikely that any developing tropical depression or storm would affect Southwest Florida.

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